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Liberty Theatre Cultural Center (Official)
Previously operated by: Martin Theatres
Architects: Rufus E. Bland
Functions: Performing Arts
Previous Names: Liberty Theatre Cultural Center
The Liberty Theatre was built in 1924 with 705 seats. It was built primarily for African-Americans as a movie and vaudeville theater. Remodeled by the Martin Theatres chain in 1956, to the plans of architect Rufus E. Bland. The Liberty Theater closed in 1974.
In 1984 it was added to the National Register of Historical Places. In November of 1996 it reopened after a one and a half million dollar renovation and is now known as the Liberty Theatre Cultural Center.
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